Kaleidoscope: Readings in Education
Kevin Ryan, James Michael Cooper
Houghton Mifflin Company, 2001 - Education - 504 pages
This book' s comprehensive table of contents, effective pedagogy, and high-interest readings from a wide range of sources make it appropriate for use either as a core text or a supplement.Improved discussion question pedagogy includes higher-order questions to encourage reflective thinking and problem solving.Beginning Teachers' web site will include ACE self-tests, interactive activities, and selected articles from Kaleidoscope annotated with links and critical-thinking questions.A revised correlation chart arranged alphabetically by topic links each reading to specific chapters in Ryan/Cooper, Those Who Can, Teach, 9/e or Ornstein/Levine, Foundations of Education, 7/e.
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